BALTIMORE — A Baltimore jury is set to resume deliberations in the federal stun-gun death trial of a former Frederick County sheriff’s deputy.
The parents of 20-year-old Jarrell Gray are seeking $145 million for what they claim was an excessive use of force against their son in November 2007.
Deliberations will resume Wednesday morning. Jurors deliberated for about two hours Tuesday evening.
Both sides agree that Gray was lying down and unresponsive after being shocked once, and that former Cpl. Rudy Torres then shocked him again.
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